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The Scarlet Knights collected an 80-78 victory over St. John's in a triumphant affair, overcoming an 11-point lead to win via a putback from sophomore forward Issa Thiam.
The Scarlet Knights (4-5, 3-3) only posted 107 yards in the air, but it was enough to upend the Maryland Terrapins (4-5, 3-3), 31-24, in a game that flipped back and forth throughout.
The Rutgers football team picked up its biggest win of the season on Saturday, when the Scarlet Knights (4-5, 3-3) were able to hold on to defeat Maryland (4-5, 2-4), 34-27 in a nailbighter.
Saturday's game against Maryland represents a chance for the Rutgers football team to prove its worth in the Big Ten. Going into the season, the feeling was that the Scarlet Knights would be able to handle Illinois and Purdue, but the Terrapins were a program on the rise with strong recruiting classes putting them ahead of Rutgers in the rebuilding process.
Both programs came into the Big Ten in 2014 with relatively successful seasons — Rutgers had its best campaign so far in the Big Ten with a Quick Lane Bowl win over North Carolina, and the Terrapins finished with their first and only winning record to date since joining the conference.Maryland makes sense as a rival if the Knights even have one.
Rutgers (3-5, 2-3) welcomes Maryland (4-4, 2-3) into High Point Solutions Stadium this Saturday at 3:30 p.m., and this time around, there is a unit advantage belonging to the Knights that could be strong enough to catapult them over the visiting Terrapins.
The Rutgers wrestling team will kick off its 2017 campaign this Saturday afternoon, the first matchup of a doubleheader with the football team.The No. 12 Scarlet Knights will host Maryland in the season opener at High Point Solutions Stadium on Saturday at noon.
The move from Penn State to Rutgers is never an easy one. The Scarlet Knights do not like the Nittany Lions and vice versa. It is that simple. But that is the move sophomore Nick Suriano is making this year for the Rutgers wrestling team.
For fifth-year senior Scott DelVecchio, this is it — his last year on the Rutgers wrestling team. So it makes sense he wants to make the most of it.
University Park, Pennsylvania will be the next stop for the Rutgers volleyball team as it will face No. 1 Penn State on Saturday evening.
Rutgers will square off against St. John's on Sunday at the Rutgers Athletic Center in a game lauded by both sides as an opportunity to not only get warm before the season starts, but also support relief efforts in areas hurt by natural disasters these past few months.